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Fortunately, the answer to that question is yes. LaPerm cats are considered to be hypoallergenic since they have a low probability of affecting allergy sufferers. The main reasons why this breed is considered hypoallergenic include: However, no cat is 100% hypoallergenic....
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Yes, Siamese cats typically shed all the time. They often shed just about as much as any other cat breed. However, they do tend to shed more during certain periods. They may need to be groomed more during this time....
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Bengal kittens do not shed as much as other breeds, but shedding increases with age. Their dander can still cause allergies, so Bengal cats are not entirely hypoallergenic. Like many other breeds of cat, they have short hair and clean themselves regularly....
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Aptly named for its tendency to go limp when picked up and handled, the Ragdoll is probably the most laid back of all cat breeds. They are gentle, affectionate and enjoy laying around the house with their people all day long....
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Even this Shorthair cat can get knots in her coat if she isn't brushed regularly. The American Shorthair tolerates being left alone. She is an affectionate cat, but also spends time just sleeping in the sun....
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Cats fitting the description of the American Shorthair were probably not native to the United States until the time of Columbus. The first recorded breeding of the American Shorthair took place around 1904....
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but they are known to be the best mix of calm and relaxed.......
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1) Birman. According to Purina, one of the calmest cat breeds is the Birman, which originates from Burma where it was considered a sacred cat. 2) British Shorthair. Another cat breed known for its calm nature is the British Shorthair....
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Why is My Black Cat's Coat Turning Brown? Sun Exposure. You know how human hair can lighten in color if we spend too much time in the sun? The same holds true for cats. Diet. Cats require 22 amino acids....
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The Maine Coon is a large cat breed with a muscular body, broad chest, medium length legs, and fluffy tail. Their long and heavy coat has a silky texture and gives them a shabby chic appearance that is the most notable trait of this breed....
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Among these non-shedding cats the Peterbald cat, the LaPerm and the Don Sphynx have both furred and hairless individuals within the breed. Cats without hair are usually the result of a mutation, and breed development requires lots of planning and care on the part of breeders....
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